Dana Point Harbor and Dana Point Beaches Are Closed Wednesday October 6 2021

Dana Point Habor Courtesy of SouthOCBeaches.com
Dana Point Harbor Courtesy of SouthOCBeaches.com

Dana Point Beaches Remain closed Wednesday October 6 2021.

Dana Point City and County Beaches are closed due to the recent Oil Spill off the Orange County California Coast.

Dana Cove – City tidepools soft closure

Orange County Beaches Closed Due To Oil Spill

Salt Creek Beach Park

Strands

Baby Beach

Capistrano Beach

Poche

Dana Point Harbor

Newport Beach Harbor

Bayside Beach

Aliso Beach

Laguna Royale

Tablerock Beach

Thousand Steps Beach

West Street Beach

Crystal Cove State Beach Closed

Fishing Ban at Orange County Coast

Dana Point to Sunset Beach
extending 6 miles out from the shore

The City of Dana Point Oil Spill Information Page Is Online

Oiled Wildlife

If you see oiled wildlife, please do not touch.

Call the Oiled Wildlife Care Network at 1-877-823-6926.

Volunteer To Help With Surfrider
Please text ‘oilspill’ (one word) to 51555

Containment Efforts Tuesday October 6 2021

Oil Recovered: 4,788 gallons

Boom Deployed: 11,360 feet

Six miles of shoreline have been cleaned and crews continue cleanup efforts

Eight oiled wildlife have been recovered

The City of Huntington Beach has deployed over 2,000 feet of protective booms at 7 wetland locations.

Orange County Coast Oil Spill Background Updated on October 5 2021

Location: 4 Miles Off the Coast of Newport Coast

Size of Spill: 13 Square Miles in Size.

15.67 miles of light oiling was reported along shorelines

Amount of Spill: 144,000 gallons

Spill Reported at: Saturday October 2 2021 at 9:00am

Reason For Spill: Possible broken pipeline from from a offshore oil platform managed by Beta Offshore (Amplify Energy Corp).

Spill Investigation: The Unified Command contracted commercial divers to identify the source of the leak. The divers on Monday October 4 2021, validated Remotely Operated Vehicle footage showing no indications of oil release at the potential source of the leak. Diver reports and ROV footage show that a 4,000-foot section of the 17.7 mile-long pipeline was displaced with a maximum lateral movement of approximately 105 feet and had a 13-inch split, running parallel to the pipe.

Orange County Coast Oil Spill Online Resources

Official Unified Command Online Site:
Southern California Spill Response Site

Lead Agency: US Coast Guard Los Angeles
United States Coast Guard (USCG) Los Angeles Twitter Page

California State Parks Orange Coast Facebook Page

Orange County Parks Is On Facebook

Surfrider Foundation

Oiled Wildlife Care Network

Laguna Beach Marine Mammal Center

Huntington Beach Oil Spill Response Page

The City of Dana Point Oil Spill Information Page Is Online

City of Newport Beach

City of Laguna Beach

Ocean Institute in Dana Point

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